DescriptionSouth Sea Adventures (Principal Distributing, 1932). Folded, Very Fine. One Sheet (27" X 41").
Western author Zane Grey fished out of Nova Scotia for many summers and set a world record for the most significant Blue Fin Tuna on August 24, 1924, when he caught one weighing 758 pounds. Grey also helped establish deep-sea sport fishing in New South Wales, Australia, particularly in Bermagui, New South Wales, famous for Marlin fishing. Directed by Grey, this 47-minute film has the author leading a big-game fishing expedition from his home on Santa Catalina Island, off the California coast, to the South Seas. This beautiful poster shows only pinholes in the corners and a couple of marks above the title in the upper right. From the Theaters of Old Detroit collection.
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